POLL DU JOUR
77 percent of likely voters in battleground states and districts this year would not be “moved at all” if they knew their member of Congress was caught in an extramarital affair.
69 percent disapprove of Republican in Congress, 64 percent disapprove of Democrats.
58 percent would not be affected if they knew their member of Congress was caught buying cocaine.
53 percent say their lawmaker should stand by their principles at all times, even if it sacrifices benefits for their district; 44 percent choose their district’s benefits over principles.
51 percent say they have a pessimistic outlook about the U.S.; 47 percent feel optimistic.
46 percent would vote for a Republican candidate if the election were today; 38 percent would vote for the Democratic candidate.
Source: A Politico poll of 867 likely voters in competitive House and Senate races conducted May 2-13.
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